How I know my kid was here

All the books and yellow legal pads on my desk have been configured to resemble ramps. :laughing:

Yet, no hotwheels are present. Interesting. :eh:

I think I’m way too nutty to be a parent…I feel bad every time I need to clip one of my students nails…I feel bad not knowing where that part of them is going…

Imagine I have my own kid! I’d tie it to me with a chain!! :loco:

[quote=“Battery9”]I think I’m way too nutty to be a parent…I feel bad every time I need to clip one of my students nails…I feel bad not knowing where that part of them is going…

Imagine I have my own kid! I’d tie it to me with a chain!! :loco:[/quote]

Hey, nothing wrong with that! you got to watch out for them duppy!!

For better or worse, you can pretty much guarantee that the chieflette is in the hizood if you see, really tiny, in some almost hidden corner…POOP written in Mandarin…
I’m not proud of this, you understand…

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Yet, no hotwheels are present. Interesting. :eh:[/quote]

Don’t worry. They’ll turn up. My son’s little plastic traffic cones, toy soldiers or unknown creatures of Lego origin usually end up strategically placed on the direct route of Gingerman’s late night stumbles to the bathroom .

Ouch! That’s more than a feeling! :shocker: